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: tonight. bob bechel said what? >> i tell you one thing, cbs which was a great network, don't want to become known as the communist sympathizers. >> greta: that is right. bob is fighting mad and he'll be tell you exactly why. karl rove and much more ahead, on the record starts right now. >> a budget is a statement of each party's vision in how they would govern. >> i you think our budge is rooted in math and shared common american values. the republican budget relies on magic and doesn't add up. >> a lot of democrats in washington they don't care about balancing the budget anymore. it certainly shows with this one. >> there is a lot of talk about balancing budgets. i was here when we did that. we know how to do this. we've done it before. republicans don't know how to do it. >> i argue they have zero credibility on this. >> let's be clear. democrats in this town who reject the goal of balancing the budget is how of step where the american people are. >> the amazing race, question on this after they travel to hanoi and vietnam. >> now they make their way to the b-52 memorial, site o
around the world. bob dahl weighs in on how it's impacting the global. the "countdown to the closing bell" begins right now. ♪ cheryl: i'm cheryl casone in for liz claman. it is the last hour of trading, and the count down's beginning, and the dow is making somewhat of a big turn around right now after dropping more than 109 p points. the dow trying to squeeze through the green a little more than 30 minutes ago, now down 26 points as you can see on your screen. u.s. markets have been falling in global selloff in response to cypress' plan for a deposit tax. now it seems like we're shrugging off those headlines. now, shares of hewlett-packard and verizon are helping the dow recover some grounds after upgrades from morgan stanley. verizon actually hitting more than an 11.5-year high today. there's the stock, up 87 cents, 48.89, as you can see on your screen. we're not getting any help from financials today. it's the worst performing sector following suit with some of these european banking counterparts. check out some of these euro financial names that are actually trading here in this cou
on "morning joe," more on the ten-year anniversary of the invasion of iraq. with the "washington post" bob woodward and paul rieckhoff. also kelly o'donnell. today is the primary and the special house seat election there with mark sanford in the field. up next, the top stories in the politico playbook. but first, bill karins with a check on the winter storm. >>> as advertised, it's an ugly morning in new england. school delays and cancellations, especially up toward massachusetts, vermont, new hampshire and up here into maine. the temperatures tell the story of how the roads are this morning as you head out. as you look at the freezing line, it's right in here now, it's moving up to northern connecticut and just south of boston. south of that line through rhode island and connecticut, it's slushy, passable, the roads are improving. we are plenty cold north of there, and that's where the snow is coming down and that's where the travel is by far the worst. the white on this map shows you the snow, the blue and white inside of the snow. and there's even some pretty good snow moving up through
. that is actually the surest way to book a national ad campaign as an actor. it all started with bob dole. to get his career in commercials started, first he lost the 1996 presidential campaign to bill clinton. then became a spokesmodel for a new pill that was a big game changer for older men. >> when i was diagnosed with prostate cancer, i was primarily concerned with ridding myself with the cancer. second secondly, i was worried about side effects like erectile dysfunction, ed, often called impotence. >> bob dole, one of the most clever senators, made more money in another commercial that mocked his own viagra commercial. >> hi. i'm bob dole. and i've always spoken to you frankly, no matter what the subject. that's why i am eager to tell you about a product that put real joy back in my life. it helps me feel youthful, vigorous, and most importantly vital again. what is this amazing product? my faithful little blue friend, an ice cold pepsi cola. >> the revitalizing effects of pepsi right for you? check with your clerk and start living again. >> i feel like a kid again. >> the joy of pepsi! ♪
landed, the guards getting off and the president about to come in. i want to bring in bob baron and fran townsend. fran served as homeland security advisor. she currently sits on the cia external committee. if we take diane feinstein that there's been a high probability that weapons have been used and they'll take action, what does that action look like? a simple airstrike wouldn't be enough, would it? training forces just across the border in jordan because we understood there are known to be about four dozen chemical weapons. that underscores the mag any today of this problem. the president presumably will want to put a coalition together. it will take a lot of people to be able to do this effectively. it will require air assets but it will also require ground forces. >> bob, obviously a lot of viewers when they hear the idea that there may be chemical weapons, a, obviously there's a lot of concern. there will be a lot of skepticism based on what happened in iraq. how does anyone know that chemical weapons have been used? how do you verify 100% that they have been used? >> there are we
ahead, john, as we look at what mr. bob herbold said. >> oracle's got a really tough culture. this is q4, this is their time to perform. they're out to make money. that's what it comes down to. i don't know if they'll get their feelings hurt and turn in resumes. >> gentlemen, thank you very much. >>> hewlett-packard, a shaky turnaround, but hewlett-packard still has money to investors. boosting its quarterly dividend. hp stock up more than 60% this year so far. also, of course, watching the rival dell. our andrew ross sorkin at an event in new orleans, he's reporting there that the sentiment is that blackstone, the big private equity firm, will not make a bid for dell. those comments moving the stock and not in a good way. it's down 12 cents. that little chart kind of overstates the amount of the drop. but it is down today, sue. >> indeed it is, ty. thank you. >>> and now to the russian rage over the way the europeans are handling the crisis in cyprus. a place where a lot of powerful russians have an awful lot of money. steve sedgwick is live in moscow reporting on possible russian solut
against syria when the president is visiting the neighborhood. >> bob is a former cia officer and he's experienced the region. fran is in the bush 43 administration. she currently sits on the exterm advisory committee. if we take senator finestein that there's a high probability that these weapons have been used, that it may well take some action. what does that action exactly look like. >> as you say, as chair of the senate intelligence committee, we have to assume she's been briefed and there's a basis for her statement. so we ought to take that pretty seriously. she also went onto say that the u.s. is able to verify that. but they'll be able to do that pretty short order. what that means, anderson, you do what you did in libya, which is only air strike using a coalition. owe're going to need some forces in the ground. there are known to be about four dozen chemical weapon sites. and that underscores the magnitude of this problem. the president presumably will want to put a coalition together. it will take a lot of people to be able to do this effectively. it will require air asset
for the cia, and former cia officer bob baer. this video we just showed from the assad regime, shown on syrian state television. want to show it again. it's supposedly a victim suffering from a chemical weapons attack. no one shows any physical signs of injury, no convulsions, no vomiting. at least three experts on chemical weapons say that judging from what they see here, it doesn't seem like a chemical weapons attack. knowing what you know about these type of agents and their effect on humans, do you agree? >> you know, it's difficult to tell without examining the patients. and you need sophisticated equipment to do that. a lot of the symptoms you're seeing in these patients could be caused by insecticide, for instance. any organophosphate which sarin is, but the fact that so few people have died or if any have died tells me that this probably wasn't a sarin attack but we can't rule out some sort of diluted chemical had been used. >> the regime is saying it's the rebels using chemicals. if it was something like a diluted chemical, dispersal agent or something, would that be crossing the red
the album online and tweet their thoughts, memories, and pictures using the hash tag #darkside40. bob boy lan hosts npr's all songs considered. they want you to tweet all of your memories. a lot of people probably don't remember that much about this album considering, you know, the time it was made. how much of an impact did it make on music in the united states, bob? >> it was pretty phenomenal. first of all, you have to remember at the time pink floyd was a fairly underground unknown band. they made eight records that nobody, nobody knew other than a small amount of people. "dark side of the moon" made all those psychedelic songs that they made that were always long, long forms, 18 minutes, very much more concise and i think that was what did it, and i think it influenced -- look at sampling. look at what people did with sampling ten years later and look at what the cash register sound of money is. i mean, they did that with tape, but it basically put natural sounds, other kinds of sounds besides musical instruments into pop music which changed the face of pop music in many ways. >> you
the story out. bob beckel heard about it. he protested the vietnam war, was not for the war but when he saw the way the war was treated by the people of vietnam and the american contestants, here's what he said. >> i'll tell you one thing, cbs, a great network, you don't want to become known as the communist bass tarred sympathizers. >>gretchen: he demanded apology from cbs. last night if you were watching the amazing race, they did start off the show with an apology. >> we want to apologize to veterans, particularly those who served in vietnam, as well as to their families and any viewers who were offended by the broadcast. all of us here have the most profound respect for the men and women who fight for our country. >>steve: good for bob beckel. he did push it on "the five." here on fox news channeling the v.f.w. and other veterans groups called for cbs to do something about it, to apologize. they didn't hear from them, didn't hear from the producer until that slate showed up on "the amazing race" last night. >>brian: congratulations. >>gretchen: it sounds like it was the host announcing.
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there. i want to bring in bob fitzsimmons, who represents the 16-year-old victim. bob, welcome back to you. first of all, let me get your reaction to this development, of two young teenaged girls being arrested for making death threats and other kind of really horrific threats towards your client. what is your reaction to that? >> well, it's shocking that it would happen, especially after the convictions that occurred and everything this family has been through, and to put them through more of that same stress and fear is just something that nobody's heard about ever before. it's sickening that it's happened and obviously these children need to be addressed also by law enforcement. >> i want to play a clip now, this is of both the convicted rapists making apologies in court yesterday. >> i would like to apologize to you. i had no intention to do anything like that. i'm sorry to bring you that pain. i'd just like -- i'm sorry. i know i ruined her life. >> that was actually malik richmond. we cut that short a little bit and didn't have trent mays also making an apology. in terms of th
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. >> they could go all of the way. >> let's send it over to bob who is in the middle of this crowd for marin software, bob? and they brought everybody including their mother down here. one of the fun things about this is everyone brings their family and there are all sorts of people, wife, aunts and uncles and i'm talking to various people from different parts of the world. the bottom line is it has the cloud-based technology. right now we're looking at 1850, and somewhere around there. remember, 7 million shares and they upped that. the price talk was 11 to 13 and pricing at 14 and now we're looking at 18.50, somewhere around that. good numbers here and 4 million and $15. we have another one today. wes corp. the phone service provideir and know you were talking about a big week for ipos. we had the model and all pricing above their initial price and all doing very well. i counted 27 ipos so far this year, and i talked to the ipo financial about that. 21 of them have priced above their initial price. 21 out of 27 and those are good numbers. i guess the question is, where are the rest of them
or not bob muscat was a city employee and the city attorney has just informed me that he's not a city employee, but he is the executive director of local 21. so, that is why he was able to serve on the oversight board. >> okay. >> so, this isst
of clarification, i think we had questions about whether or not bob muscat was a city employee and the city attorney has just informed me that he's not a city employee, but he is the executive director of local 21. so, that is why he was able to serve on the oversight board. >> okay. >> so, this is just a matter of clarification. thank you. >> thank you very much. [speaker not understood]? >> all right, thank you, supervisor yee and supervisor breed and supervisor cohen, for having this hearing for mental health board seats. we didn't have quorum the past two meetings, so, it will be great to have some new and excited passionate people along with hopefully reappointments of some of the people who have already served. the mental health advisory board is a state mandated board, and every county in california has a board, a mental health board or commission. and they range in number size from 5 to 17 that we have here in san francisco and that we have in los angeles. the seats are a mix of about a third family members, people with a family member with serious mental illness and clients or cons
tells us why this could have far reaching implications. >> reporter: bob says he was protesting in san francisco when he was arrested. >> i was engaged in a completely nonviolent, a completely peaceful medium. >> the police looked through his private messages. >> we shouldn't give up our right to privacy. >> reporter: the aclu joined him in a lawsuit filed against san francisco police. >> please need a warrant to search our phones. >> reporter: under federal law, it's legal for police to search cell phones, but it has not been tested under california law. >> when the phone is searched, it's not just a privacy of the person who is arrested that's violated. >> reporter: experts say the legal battle is being fought across the nation. >> every jurisdiction has cases on this. some cases say cell phones are protected without a search warrant all the time. some cases say they're never protected. some cases say they're protected if it's password protection, but not if it isn't. >> reporter: i called the san francisco police department and the city attorney office, both offices said they had no
and dale prior of arkansas. tom daschle from south dakota. jim exxon and bob carey from nebraska. wendell ford from kentucky. sam nun from george. and harris wofford from pennsylvania. they deserve to be mentioned and remembered by name here and now, because theirs was the kind of political courage that has largely evaporated in the senate. most of the names i just mentioned are no longer senators. and democrats don't have senators from places like oklahoma, georgia and kentucky anymore. and the senate seat of former arkansas democrat david prior who i had the pleasure of working with in the senate is now occupied by his son, mark prior, who is far to the right of his father. harry reid is the leader of that senate, the mark prior senate, not the david prior senate. harry reid is the leader of the senate where nine of the ten republicans who voted for the 1993 assault weapons ban are no longer senators. harry reid's job is to figure out the right strategy for bringing gun legislation to the senate floor. it is the hardest job in the senate, and it is misnamed. his title should not be majo
like to if you wish to opine, no malism and congratulations to bob laconte of wood land park, new jersey. he was the first one to define corgon. the spin stops here. we are definitely looking out for you. >> sean: tonight i'm joined by renowned middle east expert and much more. you will hear directly from our audience on a week when president obama made his very first trip from israel since taking office we continue to see more of the same from campaigner in chief. he met with israel's leaders but offered no real solutions for middle east peace. it will take a lot more in a few days to fix the reckless foreign policy of the last now fewer years. he is aware of the challenge. >> i'm meeting none of these challenges will not be easy. ultimately it's not a hard problem. its hard slog to work through all these issues. it's hard. >> sean: aside from hitting the links in tiger woods and paling around with beyonce, it's hard work being the leader of the world. his trip didn't go entirely as planned. it included the burning of american flag and images of obama himself. then there was some
and no doubt that fans will be marking the event in their own unique way. listen to npr's bob weeland and what it was like to hear the groundbreaking sounds for the first time. >> "dark side of the moon" sort of made all of the psychedelic moments much more concise and that is what did it. i think it influenced and look at sampling and what people did with sampling ten years later and what the cash register sound of money is. they did that with tape, but it basically put natural sounds and other sounds besides musical instruments into pop music which changed the face of pop music in many ways. >> do you see a copy of the album cover up on the screen, and there is a beam of light going through a glass prism, and what is the meaning of that do you think? >> how many hours of you and i have sat and stared at the cover while listening to the record? it is about simplicity and things that are complex. here it is that you have a beam of white light and white light is made up of so many elements and colors, so even the most simple of things is complicated. >> let's be honest here, a lot of potheads l
, and then there was pink floyd. >> thank you, bob. walk down memory lane, another musical anniversary. this one with the band that often gets credit for helping invent rock 'n' roll. ♪ the beatles' debut album "please, please me" was released on march 22nd, 1963. songs like "i saw her standing there," "love me do" and "twist and shout" all classics now, and it all took a mere nine hours and 45 minutes to record the entire album. can you believe? legendary music producer phil spector is the man who produced hits for that band, the beatles, and other artists like tina turner. tonight al pacino stepped into the role of phil spector in a fictional film on our sister network hbo. it focuses on the murder trial that forever stained he is legacy. >> for what am i being punished for, for being the most successful music producer in the world? >> did you kill that girl? >> i can't wait to get home and watch that on dvr. spector was convicted in 2008 of fatally shooting actress lana clarkson in his mansion. a.j. hammer spoke to spector's wife to see if the director got it right. >> so fred, as the natio
and diligence to get peas people out from the iron curtain and infiltrate them from society. >> bob anderson has been a member of the fbi for years and director of counterintelligence. >> they take the identity and persona oef. >> seems to be a nice family. >> two of them made it two of their names. >> once the soviet union laughs and there was a flood of russian immigrants to the united states. they are all every where. they got so much attention because she embellished the whole fiery red head sexy james bond spy that fed all of our fantasies. >> there is something about the whole james bond picturesque exotic romantic spying that can't vats us. >> they offer a family business and it appears it is no different. there are reports her father was a high ranking officer in the kgb. in 2001, 19-year-old anna traveled to england where she met and quickly we had a dashing english man named alex chapman. the steamy marriage would not last after divorcing in 2006 anna arrived in in new york city. >> it was in this luxury high rise in new york's financial district where anna made her home. the lavish bu
eastern. >> i'm a slutty bob hope. >> you are. >> the troops love me. (vo) tv and radio talk show host stephanie miller rounds out current's morning news block. >> you're welcome current tv audience for the visual candy. just be grateful current tv does not come in smellivision. the sweatshirt is nice and all but i could use a golden lasso. (vo) only on current tv. in brookside chocolate a world of remarkable tastes comes together. rich, dark chocolate meets sweetened soft centers flavored with exotic fruit juices, like pomegranate goji with raspberry, and acai with blueberry. it's chocolate like you've never experienced it before. and it comes from a place called brookside. discover brookside. you know who's coming on to me now? you know the kind of guys who do like verse mortgage commercials? those types are coming on to me all the time now. >> she gets the comedians laughing... >> that's hilarious! >> ...and the thinkers thinking. >> okay, so there's wiggle-room in the ten commandments is what you're telling me. >> you would rather deal with ahmadinejad then me. >> absolutel
given us a whole series of losers, bob dole and john mccain and mitt romney. >> boy, that's kind of heavy on jim carrey loser. but sarah palin slammed karl rove for picking failed republican candidates. >> if these experts who keep losing elections, keep getting rehired and raking in millions, if they feel that strongly about who gets to run in this party, then they should buck up or stay in the truck. buck up and run. they can head on back to the great lone star state and put their name on some ballot. though for their sake i hope they give themselves and discount on their consulting services. >> buck up, huh? rove was not impressed with palin's remarks and hit back the following day. >> i appreciate her encouragement to run home and run for office. enthused if i ran for office to have her support. i would say this, i don't think i'm a particular good candidate, sort of a balding, fat guy. and second, i wouldn't leave office in mid-term. >> oh, everything you say bounces off to me and sticks to you. it looks like republican infighting over their future will be heating up going t
? >> those are for the pilot. we had bob tortoricci was our costumer for the actual series, not the pilot. he put us in -- he would come into our dressing room, say tom, i think we're going to start you out in fuchsia. >> very serious. >> very serious. >> holding up fabric. can you put on this wrap. you know what we were told, i'm sure you'll recall, the drag element, that's just going to be for the pilot. that's just going to be, we're going to get the series sold that way, and then you guys can go on and be hip, clever young guys. >> all the ladies, holland and wendy and thelma, donna, they were all down on the other end of the stage. we had dressing rooms right next to the makeup room. right across the hall from each other. >> so we could get in and out of the wigs -- >> right. we would be leaning in each other's doorway with pantyhose on and foundation garments. >> with the fake bazooms. >> saying i don't know, man, i was out playing catch with my son the other day. we were comparing notes. >> always trying to be -- >> on life. yeah. >> i want to get into the real tom hanks. what is the w
the event in their own unique ways. have a listen now to bob boylan and his memories of what it was like to hear groundbreaking sounds for the first time. >> "dark side of the moon" made all those psychedelic songs that they made that were always long, long forms, 18 minutes, very much more concise. that was what did it. it influenced -- look at sampling and what people did with sampling ten years later and look at what the cash register sound of money is. they did that with tape. but it basically put natural sounds, other kinds of sounds besides musical instruments into pop music which changed the face of pop music in many ways. >> there's a copy of the album cover up on the screen. what do you think of the cover? a beam of light going through a glass prism. what's the meaning of that, do you think? >> how many hours you and i sat and just stared at that cover while we listened to that record. i think it's about simplicity and things that are complex. here it is, you have a beam of white light. but what does white light made of? so many different elements and all the different colors. e
from the 1950s? >>> and a former president is channeling bob ross by spending his time painting tacky little dogs. "new york" magazine art critic jerry saltz will tell us why this may be the best thing george w. bush has ever done. hang around. it's monday. a brand new start. your chance to rise and shine. with centurylink as your trusted technology partner, you can do just that. with our visionary cloud infrastructure, global broadband network and custom communications solutions, your business is more reliable - secure - agile. and with responsive, dedicated support, we help you shine every day of the week. these are sandra's "homemade" yummy, scrumptious bars. hmm? i just wanted you to eat more fiber. chewy, oatie, gooeyness... and fraudulence. i'm in deep, babe. you certainly are. [ male announcer ] fiber one. [ man ] excuse me miss. [ gasps ] this fiber one 90 calorie brownie has all the deliciousness you desire. the brownie of your dreams is now deliciously real. >>> it's been an exhilarating month for senator rand paul. his 13-hour filibuster inspired the hashtag, stand with ran
. they think government should make investment and ground the economy. host: bob from idaho on our line for democrats, good morning. caller: our garment has to change. -- our government has to change. is against our constitution. a clean systemo with a thumb print that will protect people. we need to do something with a and the states to control their own housing with better schools and better teachers, thank you. guest: the school issue has come up a lot. how to regulate and fund schools? they are talking about block grants on medicaid which helps people. that is something still being debated as to what role the fed vs. the state plays. host: has been talk in the news recently about closing schools in chicago and detroit. is there anything in the continuing resolution that would help keep the schools open? guest: the schools are dealing with different problems and i saw the sequestered, really on militaryhools bases and in tribal lands and poor areas. they are having their own problems like chicago and detroit. it is compounded by sequester issues but there's not much for them in that
's check in with bob and he's on the floor this morning with more of what's moving. >> happy monday. weir well off of our lows and now we're only down 72 and the financials are weak and energy stocks and some of the materials are down 1%. all of the gold stocks are to the upside. you know, i asked around saturday and said why did they go after the deposits so much and apparently the answer i got from people who watch this stuff was that was all there was to go after and there was not a lot else they could seize in any way easily and with all of this said, can i just take the other side of this about not protesting too much? there were plenty of one-off taxes in europe. the italians have been screaming for months about this. they had a whole new bunch of taxes on their financial assets and some of capital gains and not all on deposits and there were a lot of one-off taxes in europe reese leent and will we have some kind of bank run? there have been safety programs in the last two years put into effect and they have the bond-buying program and the ecb, able to buy cheap loans and the ltro p
pregnant. you're glowing. >> bob roth, david lynch foundation, taught ray galio how to do meditation. it was amazeng. >> a different david lynch? >> actually not. >> it is amazing. i'm a total skeptic. i thought i was going to sit there and do this mantra stuff. >> how long did you meditate for? >> 20 minutes twice a day. >> did you ohm. >> i have my own mantra. >> you can just use your breath. it doesn't matter. >> corporation wants to increase productivity, want their employees to be healthy. city hall. >> here's the thing. city hall is not telling you to go and meditate. >> it's telling me not to have a 16 ounce soda. that's absurd. warren buffett -- how long has he been living on 2800 calories? if he wants to have a cherry coke, god bless him. this is insane. >> but they end up in our emergency rooms. even if you don't have single payer health care you pay for it. that's the thing. >> and the health care cost inflation is -- >> it's huge. $300 billion is what stress is costing corporate america right now. forget the touchy-feely wanting people to be healthy. start with the bottom
agree with the study. here's some of your responses. >> bob e-mailed. i agree. my wife is my better half. she helps me to settle down and focus on the important things in life. >> sleepy one tweeted i agree. i got married at a young age and could not have accomplished what i have without my wife. >> keeny tweets i agree. now we live in hawaii thanks to hard work and lots of focus. thanks to everyone who responded. it is interesting because it is so different for the women and the men. how do you square that? >> i think as a woman, if you wait a little bit longer, if you want a career, i think it's wise to wait if you can. but when you fall in love, you just fall in love, you got to do it; right? >> our producer said we have no female responses to that, so the women are sleeping in. >> what do you think? >> no comment. have a great day everyone and happy spring! "fox & friends" starts right now. >> good morning. it's wednesday, march 20. i'm alisyn camerota in for gretchen. >>> at least seven marines killed? a training exercise explosion. now outrage over senator harry reid's remarks. it
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